You can disable the redirect if a visitor is coming from a particular website/page or has a specified IP address by entering the page URL or visitor IP in the list.

Domain bypassing

This option is useful when you want to disable the redirect if the visitor arrives on your website from another website you own. 

Example:

Your website http://website.com is setup to redirect Canadian visitors to http://website.ca

However you also have links in the Canadian website that goes to http://website.com

By adding the domain http://website.ca into the list of bypasses, if a Canadian visitor browsing on http://website.ca clicks on the link to http://website.com, they will not get forced redirected back to http://website.ca

IP bypassing

Entering IP addresses to bypass is useful when you want to prevent yourself or others in you company from being redirected. You can use wildcards or enter IP range. This field supports both IPV4 and IPV6 addresses.

Examples:

123.156.189.110 will not redirect only this IP

123.156.189.50,123.156.189.100 will not redirect the range from .50 to .100

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